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News Cycle 11/24/21: New self-guided ride, Holiday Party updates & more from throughout LA Coun

LACBC Newsletter

The News Cycle

November 24, 2020

Give & Receive for #GivingTuesday

We’re looking forward to reconnecting with you and raffling off some cool prizes during our online Holiday Party on Thursday, December 10! Register for the event here.

Use the link above to purchase raffle tickets: active members can make a regular donation for $5 a ticket. Or renew your membership at a $25 suggested donation as a monthly contribution and receive 12 tickets! Check out this month’s Intersectional Ride below for more chances to win!

Bicycling 101: Choosing Quality Bike Components. Sunday, December 6 from 2pm-3pm. Register here.

Bicycling 101: How to Carry Stuff on Your Bike. Sunday December 13 from 2pm-3pm. Register here.

See all the classes Metro is offering for December.

Our November Intersections Ride: Acknowledging Land Stewards is out now!

our page of self-guided rides for the full route overview with a cuesheet, links to the Ride With GPS route, and same content you’ll find on izi.Travel. Or use izi.Travel’s QR code reader to download the route to your phone.

Until Thursday, December 10, all of our self-guided rides can be your way to win big in our Holiday Party raffle. Take a pic of you and your bike at one of the tourist attractions in one of our self-guided rides and tag us on social media using #LACBCHolidayParty2020 and win 5 raffle entries per post!

Don’t have time to do a full ride? Participate in our SCAVENGER HUNT! Check out our list of scavenger hunt locations – take a pic of yourself at any of these locations and tag us and get 5 raffle tickets! We’ll be updating locations so be sure to check back for a spot near you.

Going out for a ride this weekend? Remember to be considerate of others by wearing a mask and staying 6 feet apart. Check out our blog post for more information, including a list of LA-based mask makers.

Action Alert

Tell them: 1) To promote safe, sustainable & equitable transportation for all communities; 2) Access to active transportation = Access to healthy communities; 3) More lanes doesn’t equal less traffic; 4) To reach a safer and more sustainable future, infrastructure investments MUST help reduce vehicular dependence.

For the full list of talking points and more info Metro’s proposal,